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Democrat Forces Vote to Expel Rep. Santos

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Republican Rep. George Santos faces a potential expulsion vote after Rep. Robert Garcia filed a privileged resolution based on a House Ethics Committee report alleging misuse of campaign funds.

Santos, who has survived two prior expulsion efforts, remains defiant and expects to be expelled.

The report details alleged personal enrichment using campaign funds, and Santos faces separate federal charges. (Trending: Chilling Surveillance Program Under Biden Exposed)

“Look, you all want a soundbite,” began Santos.

“It’s the third time we are going through this. I don’t care,” said Santis to reporters.

“I was sent here by the people of the Third District of New York. I represent them,” declared Santos.

“The political class in Washington, D.C., if they want to send me home, if they think this was a fair process, if they think this is how it should be done, and if they’re confident that this is a constitutional way of doing it — God bless their hearts,” said Santos.

“I’m not resigning, I have not spoken to anyone [about] resigning,” revealved Santos.

“They can keep doing this,” challenged Santos, “But my message to them is: put up or shut up.”

A growing number of House Republicans support his expulsion.

Santos has pleaded not guilty to federal charges and criticized the focus on his expulsion rather than addressing national issues.

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